I am not able to gather from the scant information you provided, what you meant by logic.
Did you mean ...?
- Event/State/Entity relationships
You might already know that information science borrows from Mathematics to describe multiples of them
- Trees and their nodes
We could, therefore, say we load sets of logic. We could load logic sets.
Perhaps, set is too general and ambiguous terminology.
In a previous employment, the term recipe was used. We would load recipes.
You might try to be have a little fun, and say you have buckets of logic. Then, your could say bouquets of logic (which was how Mrs Bucket announced her surname was to be pronounced in Keeping Up Appearances).
Your logic loading might actually be loading sequences. Or mesh, grid, partition.
For example, one of these ...
- public void loadLogic(Sequence a);
- public void loadLogic(Recipe a);
- public void loadLogic(Bucket a);
- public void loadLogic(Bouquet a);
- public void loadLogic(Node a);
- public void loadLogic(LogicSet a);
- public void loadLogic(LogicTree a);
- public void loadLogic(EventTree a);
You should research the terminology that I had sprinkled about in this response to your question, and perhaps one or more of them is appropriate for you.